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Univision
Aug 23, 2013 6:00am EDT
. and beauty experts are raving about rx for brown skin. ebony calls it "the brown girl's solution for hyperpigmentation." and elle magazine awarded dr. taylor its prestigious genius award. so stay tuned, and learn firsthand about the unique differences of your skin and why standard skin care isn't working for you. meet dr. susan taylor, a pioneer in skin care who founded the very first skin-of-color center in new york. and experience rx for brown skin for yourself risk free and get $40 worth of free gifts just for trying the system. but now, she's an award-winning major-motion-picture actress, a television producer, and was recognized as one of people magazine's 50 most beautiful people. she's won naacp image and spirit awards. and at 48, vivica a. fox is an ageless beauty and inspiration and a real-life rx for brown skin user. >> hi. i'm vivica fox, and i'm 48 years young. now, i'll admit. i'm a self-proclaimed beauty junky. i love trying new beauty products, and taking care of my skin and looking my best is important to me. not only because my career's in front of the camera, bu
CBS
Aug 23, 2013 1:35am EDT
announcer: the following is a p paid presentatn for rx for brown skin, the first skin-care regimen developed by a woman of color for women of color. caramel, café au lait, cinnamon, chocolate, dark chocolate, or rich mahogany. skin of color -- a gorgeous range of shades from tan to dark brown, making each one of us unique beauties. but did you know that skin of color is, in fact, different from caucasian skin and requires special care? >> i've battled the brown skin my whole life. >> i just had all these different things going on, on my face that i didn't believe one product would be able to just address. >> female announcer: introducing rx for brown skin. developed by world-renowned dermatologist dr. susan taylor, it's the first and only skin-care line formulated by a woman of color specifically for the unique needs of women of color. >> brown skin is unique not just in tone, but in its very makeup with far more melanin production than lighter skin that can spread throughout the tissue layers, causing dark marks, uneven skin tone, and hyperpigmentation. >> i've been struggling with my skin
Univision
Aug 23, 2013 5:35am EDT
announcer: the following is a paid presentation for rx for brown skin, the first skin-care regimen developed by a woman of color for women of color. caramel, café au lait, cinnamon, chocolate, dark chocolate, or rich mahogany. skin of color -- a gorgeous range of shades from tan to dark brown, making each one of us unique beauties. but did you know that skin of color is, in fact, different from caucasian skin and requires special care? >> i've battled the brown skin my whole life. >> i just had all these different things going on, on my face that i didn't believe one product would be able to just address. >> female announcer: introducing rx for brown skin. developed by world-renowned dermatologist dr. susan taylor, it's the first and only skin-care line formulated by a woman of color specifically for the unique needs of women of color. >> brown skin is unique not just in tone, but in its very makeup with far more melanin production than lighter skin that can spread throughout the tissue layers, causing dark marks, uneven skin tone, and hyperpigmentation. >> i've been struggling with my skin
PBS
Aug 26, 2013 5:30pm PDT
for the city of san francisco. jeffrey brown gets the latest on the dangerous blaze. >> woodruff: we continue our march on washington conversation series, as a father and son reflect on what that event has young people were found with courage and some often radical symptoms, i wouldn't have the >> ifill: and we close with the story of army staff sergeant ty michael carter, who received the nation's highest military honor today for his bravery druing the war on afghanistan. that's all ahead on tonight's newshour. >> major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: >> bnsf railway. >> and by the alfred p. sloan foundation. supporting science, technology, and improved economic performance and financial literacy in the 21st century. >> and with the ongoing support of these institutions and foundations. and friends of the newshour. >> this program was made possible by the corporation for public broadcasting. and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. >> woodruff: the united states insisted today it is "undeniable" that syria's rulers gassed their own people
SFGTV
Aug 22, 2013 7:00am PDT
week we heard ms. paula brown more times then i can count. i see her at the hall of justice and i don't want the public to think that the department has been less than cooperative. we had a homicide 7 years ago so i've invited our investigation buyer to give you a brief update and to make again, a very public plea for any information that would move this case along. >> good evening inspector. >> good evening. my name is is hector i'm the commander of chief investigations. i'm here to talk about the update. as the which kind of mentioned 7 years ago today a 17 people was shot in the intersection of barkers street >> can we just stop you and acknowledge his mom ms. brown just joined us. >> some witnesses were at the scene and provided the officers with a partial description pr there were a bunch of people at the scene. he was trapped to the hospital where he died. the investigators were the first assigned. they met with ms. brown and interviewed approximately 21 witnesses within a few days. the witness we spoke with counsel identify the suspects. the two investigators canvassed the n
SFGTV
Aug 27, 2013 9:00pm PDT
are rates that will probably be even more competitive, even competitive with pg&e's brown power rate. the issue with the shell contract is that whether we like it or not, the local buildout that we all want is no longer tied to the small phase 1 part of the program. it's no longer tied to the shell contract. so, the reality is now that the shell contract is going to have competitive rates if the sfpuc sets competitive rates next week, now that it's going to have competitive rates, the advocates are not concerned that there is going to be a large opt out of the program. after the shell contract is underway, as long as there's no large opt out, that's when we start building this next phase. when you get into phase ii and we do the buildout. and as commissioner wald rightly points out, that buildout is not going to happen unless we -- you as a commission, you as a department, we as advocates, make sure that the sfpuc and the board of supervisors does it. and under ab 117, the 2002 law passed for community insurance aggregation, i want to reassure you, and this can be done, if the sfpuc
Univision
Aug 22, 2013 11:35pm EDT
that means we have to go get it. >> no, no, now, don't go-- >> what--what now, mr. brown? what now? >> cora, can you make me a snack before you leave? >> no! no, i am tired of cora and i doing all the work around here. >> yeah. "sasha do that. cora, can you get that?" i'm tired, too, will! >> well, y'all makin' me tired. i got all thirsty and everything. get me a soda. somebody get me a soda, please? >> cora ain't getting you nothin'. >> okay, will, you need to check your woman. that's the first thing. see who wearing the drawers in the house. >> look here, woman-- >> you know what? check this. from now on, cora and i are on strike. >> yeah, strike! >> strike! >> oh, this means y'all gonna start hitting on us and stuff. y'all ain't got to be abrusive. >> no, no. no, that doesn't mean that. that means me and sasha aren't doing any more work around here until we're appreciated. >> ap-pre-ci-a-ted. >> and we're going to get dinner. >> dinner. >> for two! >> fine. >> fine! >> fine, go ahead! >> mm-hmm. >> we don't need you! >> yeah. >> 'cause we can take care of ourselves! >> no, don't say that
PBS
Aug 29, 2013 3:00pm PDT
possible military action. good evening, i'm judy woodruff. >> brown: and i'm jeffrey brown. on the "newshour" tonight: britain's prime minister signaled his country would wait for the u.n.'s findings before joining any attack. we explore the evidence being gathered that could lead to a strike. >> woodruff: then, the i.r.s. announced it will recognize all legally married same-sex couples, regardless of what state they live in. we examine the impact of this shift in federal tax law. >> brown: the n.f.l. agreed to pay $765 million to former players for concussion-related brain injuries. we get the details of the proposed settlement. >> woodruff: it's back to school time, but a number of communities face classrooms that are failing their students. we have a report on the important role principals play in education reform. >> brown: and we continue our look at the legacy of the march on washington 50 years on. tonight, reflections on the challenges ahead for martin luther king's vision for a multi-racial democracy. >> 40% of whites don't have friends outside of their own race. s
Univision
Aug 25, 2013 11:35pm EDT
kind of video are you shooting in my house? >> uncle brown. all right, that is the famous uncle brown. say hi, uncle brown. say hi to the baby. >> unless i can write him off on my taxes, i ain't got time. >> come on, say something nice. >> nice? i got to go. hey. >> wh-- uh, uh, look. his last name's brown, too, but there's really no relation. remember, don't look directly at his clothes. >> don't let your baby see you get beat down. this is how it look when your daddy get beat down. see -- when uncles attack. >> all right, anyway, okay, all right, get me, get me -- here, here, here. hey, here. >> what? >> come on, get me... >> are you serious? >> yes, yes. i'm excited. all right, ready? tell me when you're ready. >> all right, daddy. okay, what do you have to say? >> all right, got to make sure i look cool, that i look cool. >> we're not in hollywood. >> all right, all right, all right, william brown jr... >> william brown jr. >> i am your father. ha ha! >> that was cool. >> that was -- tend to be goofy. everybody's so excited to meet you, all right? we just can't wait, and now littl
KICU
Aug 28, 2013 1:30pm PDT
. >> chris brown is finally going to take itóom like a man? >> yeah. if you refer tocq!ñ twitter, he ready to man up, he recently said it's like 1,000 hours more of community service. so he addressed it. he said the community service is not a problem any more, i will do whatever i need to to fulfillly requirements as a man and a leader. he is realizing the whole world is not against him. >> you have to do the community service. >> he got extra community service after his probation not being revoked. but do you believe he will do what he needs to do. >> i'm so confused from the frank ocean to rihanna, to the hit-and-run, i don't know what is what any more. >> just imagine if chris brown got a show on pbs with bob ross, maybe chris brown could do that and for like every hour, they knock off time from community service. he is teaching the world how to paint. >> an inside source says the members of nsync were mad because timer lake said no way to extra songs at the vmas. >> he probably had the plans laid out. >> we built this thing up for a week. are they getting back together, are they going
CBS
Aug 23, 2013 2:05am EDT
to create rx for brown skin. >> that's absolutely right. so, many of my patients would say, "do you know, dr. taylor? all we hear about is anti-aging. all of the products out there are to address those wrinkles, but that's really not my concern." for my patients, the dark marks, discolorations, hyperpigmentation -- that was their primary concern. so i created rx for brown skin to specifically address those needs. >> my name is masha, and i am 35 years old. when i first started seeing changes, it probably was fifth grade. i was born one complexion, and then i got darker as i got older. my family would always comment on my uneven skin tone, and then i actually noticed my uneven skin tone as a girl, and then i started using makeup in middle school. it made me feel very insecure, it made me feel embarrassed, and it just didn't make me feel good. i've tried every product, i believe, that's out there, and nothing has really worked before. with rx for brown skin, i saw results within three weeks, and it was amazing. my skin is brighter, i feel beautiful, and i feel confident. the best compliment th
Univision
Aug 21, 2013 11:35pm EDT
, okay? >> hold the spitballs. i'm coming in. i'm your negotiator. >> good. mr. brown, come on. >> look, i'm the negotiator. see, i'm the negotiator. >> what'd they say? >> uh, well, let me get the list. >> hurry up, mr. brown, please! >> i got he latest from the faculty. here it is right here. >> okay, what does it say? >> okay, it says right here, run! get out, everybody! >> mr. brown, this is serious. >> well, i'm trying to help get this thing over with. okay, what they said was there's pizza and juice for everybody that'll give up right now 'cause i know you're hungry. i know you're hungry. i know somebody here is hungry. >> man, look, tell 'em that they can't bribe us with food, right? >> [ laughs ] >> man, the revolution does not include pizza. >> well, maybe now they'll compromise since you done let go of one of your hostages. >> man, little biggie wasn't a hostage. little biggie was a traitor. we ain't got no hostages. >> you ain't got no hostages? >> no. >> no revolution song? no slogans or nothing? >> no. >> you're wack! if it was left up to y'all, we'd still be marching for o
FOX
Aug 24, 2013 12:00am PDT
cast as the next batman and tell you about the curse of mtv's vmas. >> also, chris brown, his canadian tour got cancelled. >> this friday, all that coming up on dish nation. let's see what's going on in l.a. what up? >> well, kenye west revealed what baby daughter northwest looks like, it has been two months, 23 minutes, five seconds since the baby crowned. now we finally get to see little baby northwest. >> look at that baby. >> oh my good, that is a beautiful baby. >> they were saying there was no baby, it's an adopted baby, a fake baby. baby looks too much like both of them. i thought it would be special. >> she is special. >> it's in the way of like, aaahhh. >> not special the other way. >> you are saying an average, ordinary adorable baby? >> it's a super mix or not. this baby lucked out. >> thank good she looked like her mother. >> obviously, i think kim kardashian is a beautiful girl. >> he's already pushing away the cameras. >> how old? >> looks like mom, pushing away the cameras like. yeah, i think she is absolutely beautiful. maybe the most beautiful baby i've seen in the las
LINKTV
Aug 26, 2013 2:00pm PDT
textile industry was told to spend $2 billion combating brown-lung disease. by 1980, the supreme court was asked to choose between saving lives or jobs and profits. how much is a life worth? wilderness or minerals? guns or butter? jobs or safety? we always face choices. resources and scarcity. what's economics all about? with the help of economic analyst richard gill, we'll examine that question on economics usa. i'm david schoumacher. what's economics all about? there have always been theoretical answers to that question, but reality complicates the most elegant theories. economics usa is about theory and reality in 20th-century amica, and how people and events have shaped economic decisions that affect our lives. those decisions usually involve tradeoffs. in 1980, congress designated over 100 million acres of alaskan land as national parks and wilderness areas. why did congress make that decision? how much did it cost the nation? in 1867, when the united states purchased the territory of alaska from russia, the acquisition was derided as wasted money. a century later, after two gold
Univision
Aug 23, 2013 11:35pm EDT
in the car. >> well, did you have a good time? >> no, i did not. >> did you have a good time, mr. brown? >> no. that was the second worse time i ever had with a woman. at least with madea, we got cora out of it. i need to go take a bath and wash off some of this bitterness and iniquity. i feel nasty. >> i don't think that was such a good idea. >> yeah, nobody should have to sit in a room with your daddy for 3 hours. >> my daddy?! what about your mama? >> my mama's a saint. >> more like a saint bernard. woof! >> and that smell, it's cabbage soup. she's on a diet. your daddy is a terrible host. he needs to be more hospitable. >> well, that old relic you call a mama need to have some more gratitude! >> oh, who you calling a relic?! >> oh, your mama! >> whoa, whoa! >> what, what? >> uh-oh, look, i think i better leave. and you know what, you can apologize to me tomorrow. >> well, you can hold your breath, 'cause i never want to see you again! >> whoa! i never want to see you again either! >> bye with your stinkin' mama! >> how does she expect me to make a ham sandwich with no jelly? cora, w
PBS
Aug 23, 2013 5:30pm EDT
passenger in detroit it all started when the woman in the brown coat boarded the bus and her transfer card got stuck inside the scanner. she became agitated and started to yell at the driver. another passenger christopher jackson.. tried to intervene. you can see him step between them... but he says other people were egging them on and the fight escalated. incue: the ride spit... outcue: began right there on the spot." the woman hits the driver with her purse... and a brawl breaks out. the driver can be seen hitting the woman in the head, using her keys as a weapon. eventually, bystanders break them up and police are called. the driver is now out on occupational injury, but the bus driver union boss says she was defending herself and should not be fired. a gray end to the work week... but some changes on the way for this weekend. lets check in with dawn brown. marlon brown had a breakout game last night... why the undrafted rookie left the texans camp to come to baltimore... next in sports unlimited... ♪ i we up to a lightbulb ♪ every little thing is possible ♪ [ female announcer ] h
SFGTV
Aug 23, 2013 3:30pm PDT
that i did join members of the police department today with mrs. brown and some other mothers who've lost their sons. it was really what we the today was continuing to get the information out and ask for support from the community to remind them of the $250,000 reward. i'm graphy to the chief and department to for us to continue to talk about aubrey and aubreys death and keep him in our hearts and prayers and line up our actions to do what we can. the commander said earlier we need help from the community. we need some folks to come forward. it's an honor to be there with you today. and to see the departments continued commitment to holding aubrey's murderers accountable >> thank you. no further reports next line item please. 3-d scheduling of items identified for consideration at future meetings action. the only thing that i have commissioner is there was no meeting next wednesday is 21st. the next meeting will be the 28th that will be a community meeting at gordon j elementary school on clay street at 6:00 p.m. and that's to hear publics comments. and that's concerning public safety is
SFGTV
Aug 22, 2013 1:30pm PDT
am going to call your name. andrew russo, you have two minutes. and then reverend amos brown is going to give a slightly longer present aches. when [speaker not understood] is finished, reverend brown, you may approach the microphone. >>> okay, great. okay, good evening to the board so and the superintendent and appreciate the time to talk tonight. my name is andrew russo, co-founder of the san francisco family support network. i'm here to promote an event we are promoting with the district september . it's called attend today, succeed tomorrow. it's a forum on partnering to improve student attendance from the early years. ~ september 9. the questions we'll be looking at together are what impact does absence in the early years of education have on a child's ongoing success in school? how serious a problem is early chronic absence in san francisco? and most importantly, how can we as community-based organizations public departments, the school district, and funders collectively support families and our city to overcome the barriers that make it hard for children to attend. the event is
CBS
Aug 22, 2013 11:00pm EDT
have that option if they want it. >> still ahead on the news edge chuck brown made a lasting mark on the music world and the district. today on what would have been his 77th birthday we'll show you how d.c. is honoring the god father of go-go. >> i miss him so much. we've got great weather on the way and some of our models are insisting there could be a shower or storm as a frontal boundary passes south. >> this is fox 5 news edge at 11:00. >> storm storm ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ [ female announcer ] it's time healthy gets a dose of happy. new yoplait greek. bye-bye, stir. so long, sour. hello, happy. it's time to lick the lid again. ♪ so i decided it was time to find some real harmony with nature. [ screaming ] whoo! oh, yeah. elmo! [ howling ] mmm! [ eagle chirps ] [ train whistles ] [ bird chirping ] [ screaming ] [ tuba bellows ] whoa. hey! [ screaming ] [ snoring ] music to mom's ears. we may live in houses, but we're born for busch gardens. mr. chuck brown the god father of go-go has been gone for a year and d.c. leaders gathered to break ground -- ground for a new park. >> you can
CBS
Aug 22, 2013 5:00am EDT
happeny. >> gotta love that. thank you very much, melanie. a birthday tribute to the late chuck brown. >> last year d.c. mayor designated today, august 22, as chuck brown day. they'll deadly part of the langedon park this is at noon today. a lot happening. it's 5:12 on this thursday. we feel like busting loose. ♪ ♪ let's back it on up >> i liked it.t. your dance moves when chuck brown comes on. you can't help but dance. bustin'loose. >> you have to dance for an hour straight and i get tired. >> the gogo music just keeps going. today is officially chuck brown day in d.c. that's why you heart chuck brown music. >> exactly, right.t. the celebration at ben chili bowl, too. >> the chili bowl, chuck brown day, the 50th anniversary in washington and the weather is going to cooperate? >> mostly fun. a sunny, warm and humid day. coll be a thunderstorm orders showers this afternoon. not a washout kind of day. we're setting up for a nicece weekend. that's important, too. >> it's very important for all of it going on with the weekend activities. >> let's do it. temperature yesterday tried tos
CBS
Aug 22, 2013 5:00pm EDT
>> plus remembering chuck brown. we will take you to the memorial built in in honor of the god father of go-go. >> we are standing 75 feet above the national cathedral floor.drl >> i am beth parker. i will tell you why i am here and what's happening next. >>> hot today out there. temperatures in the 90s.s. listen, thunderstorms possiblehu this evening and and look at the forecast. the news will continue. ñ >>> a grand jury indicted formei nfl star aaron hernandez on and first-degree murder charge. the six-count indictment chargec the former new england patriot e in death ofn odin lloyd.n the body was found near hernandez home in june. hernandez isly held without baie if convictedld he could face lil in prison. >>> police investigating a fatan shooting in southeast. timothy dawkins was killed onn 4th street. the 21-year-old community activist studied to become a preacher. >> maureen umeh joins with us more. >> reporter: we are at the william lockwoods library where timothy talkin' came everyve single day to study. he was interested in making aing difference in people's lives.
KICU
Aug 23, 2013 7:00pm PDT
it is link to the other sexual assaults so we are working hard to solve this one. >> he had hazy brown eyes and dirty blond hair, he was clean shaved with a narrow pointed nose. the campus's security is evaluating if they're going to put out additional safety and warnin students, reporting from santa clara, ktvu channel 2 news >>> 57-year-old green had not been heard for more than a week. she was last seen at august 11th. the daughter and son says unlike their mother to have no contact with them and to leave her pet rabbit with no food and water. >> i got a bad feeling that something had happen and i went down there saturday and the car was not there and the place is unlocked. >> i think somebody heard her when she was leaving the bar that night. >> susan green, must tang is also missing. and anyone information with her disappearance is asked to contact the police. >>> count down of the bay closure and to get ready for the september 3rd opening of the new bridge span. workers plan to shut down the three lanes on the far right side of the toll plaza and beginning the process of shifting them
PBS
Aug 27, 2013 5:00pm PDT
of value placed on black and brown students, saying that we should whitewash not just our textbooks and history, but the actual people. it is a disgusting act. to try to write it off as a prank, one of those things about trying to forge a colorblind society in which we don't take race into consideration as a factor in anything, it means that we don't look at the root laws is of this and we don't look at how to solve this problem. >> some say that these bleach bombs are not targeting minorities specifically and just attacks that are at random to whoever is walking by when the perpetrator decides to throw a bleach bomb. is it clear that this is racially motivated? >> if you are investigating, and each person attacked have been black and brown or asian students, what else am i to believe? that they are simply random on the campus that is majority white that happens to be the random attacks on these black and asian students. i can't write that off as coincidence. >> are you surprised to see something of this nature taking place at the university of texas, an institution with one of the
FOX
Aug 26, 2013 12:00pm PDT
>>> governor brown is near yosemite the raging wildfire is threatening thousands of homes. >>> and the fire scoents to threaten san francisco's main water supply. what city officials are doing now. >>> well, good afternoon. i'm dave clark in for tori campbell. >>> one of the largest wildfires in california history still threatening yosemite park this afternoon. the rim fire still growing in size but crews are making some progress in containing it. alex savidge is here telling us why the governor met with firefighters this afternoon. >> reporter: the governor is at the fire command center right now getting an update from crews. 3,000 firefighters on the front lines. they gained some ground overnight. they now have 15% containment but there are still a lot of homes and precious natural resources still threatened by this huge fire. >> i think we have what we need, but this is a -- kind of a daily, eferred -- every day we take a look at it. and i will certainly not hesitate to call president obama if i think we need more than we have. >> it's unreal. >> reporter: from the air
SFGTV2
Aug 24, 2013 1:30pm PDT
around, some known as brown. i'm going to reconnect with my inner person. we're going to need the indomitable will to overcome the blindness that stands in the way from our obvious destiny and future which is in renewable, sustainible, solar america and solar world. thank you very much. [cheering and applauding] [cheering and applauding] >> i just want to say i am humbled to have been able to introduce governor brown and very, very happy. you have here a room and concern, 20,000 people visiting who are all on the same line. thank you so much again. >> thank you. (applause) >> please don't leave the room. the governor, of course, has a tight schedule and has to leave us. but i am very, very encouraged. i think we couldn't have opened solar in any better way. this is really simulating from somebody who has really shown in all his life and all his professional achievements that this is the right direction. so, i'm very happy to introduce as our next speaker our distinguished mayor from this wonderful city of san francisco in which the california sun shines. i don't have to introd
CBS
Aug 23, 2013 6:30pm EDT
of the week and twice a day sunday. big clooney fan. >> coming up -- >> judge ruled chris brown submitted bogus community service reports. he responded by treating n word, done six months community service. >> what n world? >> brian wrote out the n word here just so you know. >> plus -- >> jerry in new york. there's a rumor 'n sync might reunite. >> the day after the announcement big thing on twitter is fluid 'n sync. >> made me like young people. >> coming up -- >> coming up -- >> celine dion was selling her house with the lazy river. >> what if the catch in the lazy river is the titanic song was built in so they constantly play it?  >> oh, chris brown exploded on twitter thursday night, blasting the lapd as racist as chris was sentenced to additional community service for beating rihanna. >> the judge ruled chris brown submitted bogus community service reports and ordered him to do a thousand more hours of legitimate community service. >> yes, bogus reports like chris saying he picked up trash in virginia while he was actually out of the country. >> so the j
PBS
Aug 28, 2013 5:30pm PDT
brown leads a debate over options for the obama administration. >> brown: the question: how should the u.s. respond to syria's alleged chemical weapons attack? we discuss that with ivo dahlder, former u.s. ambassador to nato and now president of the chicago council on global affairs. hisham melhem is the washington bureau chief of al arabiya news channel. and john mearsheimer is a professor at the university of chicago and has written extensively on strategic issues. ivo dahlder, i'll start wurk given the options the u.s. discussed what do you think the u.s. should do? >> i think the president laid it out in the interview we just saw. we clearly have a case in which chemical weapons were used. i think the evidence the administration has collected and needs to present to the american public and, indeed, to the world, demonstrating that this was a use of chemical weapons by the regime suggests that standing still and not doing anything really isn'tab option. i think we need to respond with a punitive strike to send a message to the regime that this kind of behavior is unacceptable. clearly
Univision
Aug 23, 2013 5:00pm EDT
>> mommy, are you okay? look, i don't know why mr. brown threw his shoes out there like that. >> i didn't--uh! >> well, it's not every day a woman gets a shoe thrown at her. >> hah! well, you don't live with madea. honey, dodging shoes was like a national pastime with her. >> that's right. with those big old size 16s, if she caught you with one of them, it was like being sideswiped with a bus. >> stop talking about my mama. >> cora, everybody else be talking about her. look how she look. she looking like she look. >> how's that husband of yours? you know, he owes me a round of golf. >> yeah, mama, why didn't daddy come? >> well, he was in the middle of one of those projects. you know your father. >> yes, yes, all of us in here know our father, except will. he don't know his daddy. >> mr. brown, did you have to say that? >> cora, sometimes when i just open my mouth, truth just spill out. >> anyway, this trip is about relaxing. i asked my friend sidney to meet me here. >> ha ha ha! i don't like strangers at my house. it's truth again. >> i'm home! >> that's the kids. >> oh, you're go
SFGTV2
Aug 29, 2013 3:30am PDT
here today as well representing our board. thank you very much, mayor brown, for being here as well, and the moscone family and friends, and former members of our board as well. welcome, everyone, to this 34th tribute and remembrance of mayor moscone and supervisor harvey milk. you know, i will say at the outset in gathering my thoughts here and my personal thoughts here, of what they represented. as we wait for this wonderful sound to pass by. they made it very quiet here. hope everyone is okay. >>> you know, mayor moscone and supervisor milk to me, as i was a law student in the bay area when the assassinations happened, and wanted to be part of a government that was going to be much more open. in fact, i had to sue the government in order to make it more open. and those years where struggle and just representing people who wanted to make the city much more equality bent was where i felt. and i feel today that if mayor moscone and harvey milk were here, they'd be pretty proud of what we've been able to accomplish in those years. seeing how mayor brown became mayor and my lucky char
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